Our house has an architectural style known as colonial California. In the past, enormous lands with houses in this style, in fashion during the 30's and 40's, characterized the colony Naples. In Los Angeles, CA, it was called the Mission Revival style and it drew inspiration from the early colonial Spanish missions. Nowadays, there are big buildings such as the WTC and a vibrant commercial and cosmopolitan lifestyle. There are native as well as foreign residents. is ideal for tourists, business travelers, and students. You will find a friendly atmosphere in a comfortable, safe and clean place. The house has a well preserved mid-century ambience with high ceilings that confer to spacious and bright feeling.
The room has Queen size bed, private bathroom, closet, desk. Flat-screen TV/Cable, heating, fan, Free WI-FI high speed Internet access and safe box. IMPORTANT NOTICE: To serve you better, it is necessary to provide your estimated arrival time to Dakota Bed and Breakfast.
The room has a queen size bed or twin beds, private bathroom, closet, desk. Flat-screen TV/ Cable, safe, heating, fan, Free WI-FI high speed Internet access and safe box. IMPORTANT NOTICE: To serve you better, it is necessary to provide your estimated arrival time to Dakota Bed and Breakfast.
The room has a Queen size bed and two extra beds, private bathroom, closet, desk. Flat-screen TV,?Cable, heating, fan. Free WI-FI high speed Internet access and safe box. IMPORTANT NOTICE: To serve you better, it proved necessary to provide your estimated arrival time Dakota Bed and Breakfast.
The room has four beds, private bathroom, closet, desk. Flat-screen TV,/Cable, heating, fan, Free WI-FI high speed Internet access and safe box. IMPORTANT NOTICE: To serve you better, it is necessary to provide your estimated arrival time to Dakota Bed and Breakfast.
5 on June 09, 2014
When traveling in Mexico I often start and end my trips in Mexico City. The Dakota B and B has always been the perfect place to stay while I'm there. I recently had the opportunity to stay at the Dakota again and want to share my reasons for choosing it as my home away from home in Mexico City. First, the location: Colonia Napoles, where the Dakota is located, is a very safe and pleasant neighborhood with excellent restaurants and shops. When venturing further afield there is also easy access to the Metrobus on Insurgentes only 3 blocks away. Second, the hotel: Guests at the Dakota will find their accommodations not only clean and comfortable but will also notice an overall abundance of good taste and attention to detail not usually found in such a moderately priced establishment. Third, the owners: Max and Ruth, are two of the most sincerely gracious and hospitable people I have ever met. Ruth prepares excellent and varied deysayunos to start your day while Max gives each guest helpful advice (in English or Spanish) on places to go and things to do while in Mexico City. Because of the Dakota B and B (and Max and Ruth) I have come to appreciate and enjoy my time in Mexico City. There is no doubt that I will be returning to Mexico City and the Dakota B and B.
5 on June 09, 2014
Muchas gracias por todo , pase una excelente estadia
5 on April 28, 2014
That is the place you have to stay if you are staying close by the World Trade Center. Great location, very calm neighborhood, there are many restaurants around, supermarket 24hrs and very nice parks very close by. The B&B is managed for a more then helpfull guy called Max. max, thanks for everything, I had a great time at Dakota, and your mexican breakfast are just great. I would come back for sure. Highly recommended!!!”
5 on April 12, 2014
Throw all of your tour books away. Max, a native of Mexico City, knows more about Mexico City than all of those books combined and will enthusiastically share his knowledge with you. He helped me plan trips, gave me maps, made suggestions of what to see and where to eat, and answered all of my questions. He's really a wonderful host! He even lent me his own Metrobus card (which he certainly did not have to do; it was incredibly generous). The rooms are very comfortable and quiet (and include a safe), the breakfasts are delicious, and the neighborhood is lovely, safe, and close to lots of things. I would definitely recommend this B & B to others and plan to stay again when I return to Mexico City.
4.8 on March 30, 2014
I have had many positive B&B experiences in my time, but this may top them all. We had two lovely (and clean) rooms between the four or us, with a shared private courtyard (and a very charming garden to one side). Hard to think of any improvements. At first we thought the beds were hard, but after a side tip (lodging at three other places), we realized that by the standards of the area, the beds were probably above average (nice mattress toppers). The only suggestion I can come up with is to allow for the little bathroom "vent windows" to be closeable, so that bathroom noise doesn't have to be shared with those on the patio. :) The location is awesome. Safe feeling (we did a lot of late night walking), near restaurants and parks, and just far enough from Insurgentes (bus line). Max was absolutely amazing. Soooo accommodating, both before and during our stay (three nights). He helped us plan EVERYTHING, including walking tours, side trips, bus and taxi rides, touristy stuff (crowd avoidance, saving money,etc.). He arranged transportation for us on several occasions. Breakfasts were hearty and tasty; Max went thru extra effort to accommodate dietary restrictions. I hate to admit it, but, but we were high maintenance tourists, and demanded a LOT of Max's time. I'm sure he had other things to do, but Max showed nothing but patience and good humor with us throughout our stay.
Mexico City, Mexico (MEX-Juarez Intl.) 6 miles
When you arrive to Mexico City, we suggest you to take an authorized taxi, it is inexpensive; You can buy the ticket into the Airport, the rate will be around $14 usd ($175 pesos) Try to take in sedans or compact car, because they usually offer a Van or Suburban truck (executive taxi) and they are more expensive. When you buy the ticket tell them that you go to zone 5, three blocks from World Trade Center (WTC).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Performing Theater, Ruins
Bed and Breakfast, Homestay
CD player, Computer, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fireplace, Library, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fax Machine, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
English, Italian, Spanish
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian